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March 28th, 2013, 22:58
Originally Posted by JDR13 View Post
I'm still playing Bioshock Infinite, and really enjoying it. Although I'm not sure if I agree with all the "OMG, it's one of the best games ever!" type reviews I keep seeing for it.

There are two things that bug me about this game. First, why did they feel the need to discard any type of manual save system and go with auto-save only? I'm completely confounded as to why more and more developers are doing that with games like this lately. Do they actually think the majority of gamers prefer it?

Second, there isn't enough of a penalty for dying in this game. Simply resurrecting a minute or two back from where I died feels cheap to me. I wish they had included an option similar to disabling the Vita-chambers in Bioshock 1&2.

I have to say though, the way the story unfolds in this game is pretty amazing. It's definitely one of the more interesting plots I've experienced in quite some time.
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